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Potentially destructive high-energy electrons streak into Earth’s atmosphere from space, not as Shakespeare’s “gentle rain from heaven,” but at velocities approaching the speed of light.
This story originally appeared in the Summer 2015 issue of the Hood Museum of Art’s Quarterly.
A decade ago, Professor of Computer Science Andrew Campbell could see that smartphone sensing applications were going to transform everyday life.
A Dartmouth-led study has found what appears to be a working relationship between two species living in the grasslands of eastern Africa: Ethiopian wolves and gelada monkeys.